2020 • 90 minutes
412 reviews
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Academy Award©️ winner, Russell Crowe, stars in Unhinged, a thriller that explores the fragile balance of a society pushed to the edge, taking something we've all experienced - road rage - to an unpredictable and terrifying conclusion.
412 reviews
Rusty Schackleford
October 30, 2021
Ignorant, predictable and boring...getting into the longest, most extreme bout of roadrage with an everyday man who suddenly becomes so enraged he becomes a world class assassin/tacctician. Immune to physical attacks thanks to prescription opiates and a technological genius able to bypass fingerprint and password protection on her bank accounts. The lead actress was unable to meaningfully defend herself in any way until he had already killed about 30 bystanders and several family members.
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Courage 101
December 13, 2020
I agree with another review that most may not understand nor like the movie, however as a domestic violence survivor I think he does a great job as the unhinged DV people. The psychology of the cat and mouse, the mistakes she makes and how she is zeroed in by him. This is all DV 101. Very realistic, the desperation, the feeling you can turn to nobody to be safe and having been there in the crosshairs myself of one of these psychotic dv dudes, it really hits home!
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Ryan Burton
November 23, 2020
Corny. Hes invincible and anyone the has ever worked on a car knows he has an indestructible mini van later in the movie. When he hit those cars the front of that van would have been demolished leaking fluids and stopped running fairly quickly. Anyone who gave this a good rating is easily entertained like the clown saying she could have prevented this. Seriously honking your horn could have prevented murder. He was going to kill he said it's all he had left so your logic is flawed
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